For readers who have been waiting to pick up my book Virtual Law at Amazon, I’m really happy to report that it’s available there now. It’s also available at Barnes & Noble and other online outlets. If you pre-ordered it at one of these sites already, you should get it soon.
You can still get Virtual Law at the American Bar Association’s site too. It’s actually a slightly better deal for me if you order via the ABA, but since it costs a somewhat more there (even with the Science & Technology Law Section discount) definitely hit Amazon or one of the other sites if you’re looking for the best price.
Though the book is published through the ABA, it is not only for attorneys. I tried very hard to make Virtual Law accessible to everybody and minimize the use of legal jargon. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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